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Goblin Name Cheat Sheet:

The [Goblin] is to make it easier to CTRL+F.

[Goblin] Gi Ga

The former leader of the village. He was pressured by the protagonist in his goblin noble form, and was added to his subordinates. He uses the long sword, and is relatively smart for a goblin rare.

[Goblin] Gi Gi

He evolved while hunting spear deer with the protagonist.

A goblin with many wounds on his body. The food of his horde was stolen by the gray wolves, so he made a decision to follow the protagonist. He is the most experienced amongst the goblin rares. His weapon is a curved katana. 

[Goblin] Gi Za

[Level] 60

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[Attributes] Darkness; Death

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Having wanted to move her body, Lili became the sparring partner of the goblins. It’s been five days since then.

As expected, the first one to defeat her was Gi Za’s faction.

Magic was prohibited, but the druids were originally a class that’s used to using their heads. And after continuous research through trial and error, they eventually found Lili’s weakness.

The other factions tried to emulate what Gi Za’s faction did, but in the end they couldn’t defeat Lili.

Perhaps it might be for the best after all to form teams with the druids as the center. However, the druids aren’t without fault. Their personalities for one are far too dry, and they have a tendency to look at their fellow goblins as chess pieces even more than I do. It’s good that they’re passionate about researching and studying, but I’ve gone to great trouble to bring together this army I have today. Having that army weakened because of their whims would be a shame.

In the end, thinking by myself just ends with me running around in circles like this, leaving me at a loss.

Then with the end of the afternoon training, I called out to Lili,

“Lili,” I said.

Thinking it’d be interesting to hear what she thought of her sparring partners, I asked her for her thoughts. And she replied,

“Which group was the hardest to beat… you say.”

A questioning look appeared on her face.

“You don’t mind trusting me?” she asked.

“What is that?” I asked back as I knitted my brows.

“As thanks for before,” he replied.


“It’s thanks for showing me something interesting,” grinned Gi Za.

If he’s talking about the gray wolves, then he’s mistaken.

That wasn’t something like that.


“And? Where is that fortress?” I asked.

I don’t know how much effect that fortress has on the goblin clans and the scattered goblins, but if I can use that to gather them, then it’s not a bad move.

Whether I make that fortress mine, whether I use it, or crush it… I’ll do whatever it takes to build my kingdom.

“Deep in the forest, to the west… A distance of 10 days from here,” answered Gi Za.


The orcs should be there.

“West, huh?” I muttered.

Gi Za nodded at my muttering. It seems he understands what I’m thinking.

“The orcs must be dealt with. The fortress is the first gate they need to pass,” said Gi Za.

The orcs… There’s a debt that needs to be paid.

“I guess I’ll have you pay up, orcs.”

I’ll have you pay for attacking my village before.

But first, I need to train my goblins. They need to become strong enough to defeat the orcs as three-man cells.


“Nah, it’s nothing. I’m coming with you,” I replied.

As I followed the king’s back, I recalled the time when I was banished from the village that would later become the village of the goblin druids. When the boss of the horde then found out that I was a druid, he rallied all of the goblins, and he banished me from the village.

The only one who protected me then was my old man. But in the end, even he could not go against the boss.

Chased by the horde, I barely escaped with my life. But I toiled, founded a new horde, and in the end I was able to reclaim the place I once lost. But then my old man appeared before me again.

He was the one who taught me words. The benefactor responsible for my evolution into a druid. But at the same time, I also couldn’t forget the hate I bore. And I asked him,

“Why now!?” I asked. “Why do you have to appear before me now!?”

And he replied, “The king has come.”

I couldn’t believe my ears. The king… that fabled figure spoken of only in the bed time tales. He’s saying that such a being has appeared?

He who will unify the goblins. The deliverer who shall deliver us into a land of peace.

“Impossible,” I scornfully laughed.

But the old man’s gaze was earnest.

“…Then in that case, let me test him,” I said.

Holding my favorite staff in my hand, I laughed, fully aware that I’m merely bluffing as I said,

“If he is a king, a true king, then!”

As I hid a magic gem in my chest for my trump card, a whirlpool of wind blew at the tip of my staff.

“Defeat me!”

But should I win, then I shall lead the horde and take the Fortress of the Abyss for myself.

For I, who have gathered the druids, am also fitting to be king.

Author's Note:  New information and Gi Za's recollection in other words.

TL Note: As I mentioned before the author switches to different characters to indicate when his characters are becoming more "beastly". The first italic is to show that the protagonist spoke in katakana for a moment. 

The second set of italics is just my version of the author's different style of quotation marks for those lines. It doesn't really mean anything much. Just a stylistic choice in response to the author's change of style for those lines. 

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